Hotel and Restaurant
14Tth Century Splendour
Enjoy a luxury break at the amazing Langley Castle
and the kids are welcome too!
Located in the beautiful South Tyne Valley, this family-
Built in 1350 during the reign of Edward III, the castle set in its own ten acre woodland estate, has 7 feet thick walls providing a peaceful and tranquil refuge in which to escape from today's hustle and bustle to a bygone age, making it perfect the perfect place for that memorable special break. Theguest rooms are individual and unique, all have private facilities and are luxuriously appointed.have special features such as a four-
Langley Castle Hotel has invested £1.2m in new rooms as part of the extension of an adjoining coach house, which is known as CastleView II, and follows an investment by its owners which saw four of its Castle rooms receive a £70,000 facelift. CastleView and the CastleView Lodge are conversions and extensions of other listed buildings within the grounds, each commanding magnificent views of the Castle itself. They are situated only 80 metres from the Castle so guests can enjoy full access to dining facilities in both the Drawing room and Josephine Restaurant. Rooms range from CastleView Standard rooms to CastleView superior rooms and suites of which some have a lounge separate to the bedroom, complete with sofa beds making them perfect for families. These rooms all provide excellent and luxurious facilities for families.
The Castle’s Josephine’s Restaurant is Northumberland’s best kept secret, offering 14th Century splendour today. Here you can actually enjoy a romantic candle lit dinner and feel comfortable that the children will be catered for too. The children’s menu is exceptional providing a unique choice of dishes that will satisfy all tastes. The quality of service and wonderful food ensures that dining in the AA Two Rosette awarded Josephine’s Restaurant is an experience to savour and not just for that special occasion. The attention to detail is second to none with attentive, but discreet service making a relaxing and intimate atmosphere that recaptures a bygone and often forgot era.
The hotel has won numerous awards over the past few years including in the North East Tourism Awards 2002, 2004 & 2006 for Best Small Hotel' and gaining Silver in the Enjoy England Tourism Awards' in 2007. In 2009 they were again a Silver Winner in the North East Tourism Awards for Best Small Hotel. It is also an ideal centre from which to explore Hadrian's Wall, the Northumberland countryside and history of this unique area. There are many family-